Gyoza King

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Gyoza King by Ramen Keisuke, is located just two doors down from the perennially packed ‘Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King’. The Juicy pan-fried Gyozas are really another culinary avenue to showcase the superb stock (the Gyozas are filled with Ramen broth) created by Keisuke Takeda, a top Ramen Chef in Japan.

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#01-15 Orchid Hotel
Singapore 078867

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Found another hidden Gem around the area of Tanjong Pagar. Most of us would have queued for the Keisuke ramen, but not notice this place.

The exciting part of the place is that they do not just offer gyoza, but also two side dishes for the set meal. The fried chicken, scrambled egg and ginger pork are all great! Gyoza is flavourful as well, with a juicy filling.

The best part, free flow rice and soup! What a find!

Got 5 gyoza and 2 side dishes. The side dishes were delicious!

Gyoza King offers budget set meal includes soup, rice, 5 pcs gyoza, 2 side-dishes and free flow of marinated bean sprout & pickles .
Gyoza with ramen broth:
-Prawn & chicken
Side dishes:
-Chicken Nanban with Tartar sauce
-Stir fried Pork Ginger
-Stir fried egg with Chinese chives
-Steamed Chicken with Sesame Sauce
-Deep fried prawn with mayonnaise sauce
-Deep fried chicken with Sweet & Sour Sauce
-Deep fried Tofu with Japanese Dashi Sauce
-Macaroni Salad
饺子 gyoza
小菜 Side dishes
整餐下来我最喜欢的部分。号称选用的是日本最贵的Koshihikari rice,配我喜欢的芝麻香脆拌料还是很赞的。


The dinner set comes with rice, soup, 2 side dishes and gyoza. Satisfying and taste pretty good. The gyoza was pretty good, I could eat another tray. Price : $16+ per set.


First, let me acknowledge that this is a terrible picture BUT a very good meal. As expected from a Keisuke outpost. For $13.80, you get your choice of gyoza (we tried all three: chicken, pork, prawn), two sides, rice and free flow pickles!

It was a bad day for the gyozas, which didn’t seem to be sealed properly, and so kept coming apart. But even as separate components the filling and the skin fared well. Favourite has to be the crunchy, flavourful prawn that comes mixed with pork.

On sides, get the pork sukiyaki (melt-in-the-mouth slices with raw egg for dipping), crispy chicken nanban or the jiggly egg with chives. Yum.


So satisfied!

Can’t believe there’s such affordable Japanese in the CBD area. For $13.90++, you can have Gyoza King’s gyoza set meal.

The set consists of 5 gyozas of which you can select either pork, chicken or prawn, Koshihikari rice, a soup and two side dishes. I opted for the stir fried egg with Chinese chives because LOOK AT HOW RUNNY IT IS. It was great when one eats it with the rice. I also picked the chicken nanban because who doesn’t love fried chicken.

You may also choose deep fried chicken with spicy sauce and mixed sesame, spinach with soya sauce and bonito flakes, pork sukiyaki with raw egg, stir-fried brinjal with miso, deep fried prawn with mayo and deep fried white fish with tempura sauce.